Host Allen Ruff chats with historian Paul Buhle, former senior lecturer at Brown University and author of dozens of books on radicalism, about the life and times of John Chapman — better known as Johnny Appleseed.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with the Justice family on how they make homeschooling work for them.
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd profiles public charter schools in the Verona Area School District and Madison Metropolitan School District. She speaks first with Dean Gorrell, Superintendent of Verona Area School District, about the four charter schools in Verona (New Century School, Core Knowledge Charter School, Verona Area International School, and Exploration Academy). Then Carousel speaks with Dr. Jennifer Cheatham, Superintendent of […]
Dig deep into the Madison Public Library’s website, and you’ll find order forms for some items you might not expect to find at a library. Popsicle sticks with velcro dots. Maple hardwood planks. Silkscreening materials. Tiny little robots. Catapults. These are some of the ingredients the Library’s Bubbler crew have put together in packets called […]
Drive across Wisconsin, and you’ll see a lot of cows. This is the dairy state, after all. Chances are, nearly every cow you see is of the familiar black and white Holstein breed. Ninety percent of all dairy cows in the United States are Holsteins. The second-most popular breed, Jerseys, account for another seven percent. […]
As Hurricane Irma churns up the Western Florida coast, residents of the Texas Gulf coast are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Harvey. In the wake of two record-breaking storms hitting the United States in rapid succession, pleas for charitable donations for emergency relief and rebuilding are popping up everywhere. Before you dig deep […]